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Hope Town Inn & Marina Opening Johnny’s Cay for Private Wedding Venue

Joanne Feinstein Abacobuzz.com The Hope Town Inn & Marina is excited to announce that they have recently finalized the purchase of Johnny’s Cay, a private island that will now become the most exclusive wedding venue in the Abaco Islands. The Hope Town Inn & Marina has been the go-to destination …

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Thirsty Cuda Opens Floating Venue Off Tahiti Beach

Joanne Feinstein Abacobuzz.com There’s something in the water off the tip of Tahiti Beach, and it’s causing people to party. Thirsty Cuda is the newest restaurant and bar on Elbow Cay, and it is one of a kind. Thirsty Cuda is a floating swim-up restaurant and bar that is located …

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U Save Auto Rentals Hosts 2nd Annual Back-to-School Backpack Giveaway

Established in 2013 as a home-based business, U Save Auto Rentals has expanded its fleet of rental cars. However, its slogan – “Saving U Time and Money Wherever the Road Leads” – remains the same. For the past two years, however, Warren and April Ellis have been assisting many parents …

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Sun Oil Ltd. Organizes Back-to-School Extravaganza for Students

Sun Oil Limited – the Shell Licensee for The Bahamas and Turks & Caicos Islands – presented its 2nd Annual Back-to-School Extravaganza at Patrick J. Bethel High School on Aug. 26 from noon to 5 p.m. The event was held for the first time in 2016. According to Rufus Johnson, …

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Blue Fin Construction’s Partnerships Lead to 1000 Backpack Donation

Bobby Elder, principal of Blue Fin Construction, visited the administrative and teaching staff of Central Abaco Primary School (CAPS) on Aug. 29 to leave a sizeable donation of backpacks containing school supplies for students. Elder said that the donation of 1,000 school supplies was made possible through a number of …

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URCA to Host Abaco Consultation Meetings in Coming Months

As the independent regulator of the electricity sector (ES) in The Bahamas, The Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority, URCA has initiated its public consultation process on the Bahamas Power & Light Company Ltd’s, (BPL), consumer protection plan, (CPP).  BPL provides electricity to over 100,000 customers in New Providence and the …

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Abaco Chmaber Participates in Annual BCCEC National Conclave

The fourth Annual National Conclave was held by the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce in Nassau at the Bahamar Convention Center Wednesday and Thursday June 14 & 15, 2017 under the theme “Ease of Doing Business in The Bahamas”.

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Aliv and Abaco Chamber of Hold Partnership Launch Party

Aliv has recently become a corporate sponsor for the Abaco Chamber of Commerce offering the Chamber’s directors and membership benefits. Some of the benefits are obtaining an Aliv number/phone offering free calls from chamber to chamber members for one year, a free phone and two sim cards with a purchase of one of their packages. There was food and entertainment at the event.

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Chief Councillors Decry Bank Closings on Green Turtle, Man-O-War and Elbow Cay

Green Turtle Cay Chief Councillor, Matthew Lowe expressed disappointment over the recent announcement of the closing of the local bank branch and is concerned it could have a “devastating” effect on the Cay’s economy.

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Abaco Vacation Rental Market Booming According to National Realtor

In a “Tribune” article Arlington (Ali) Capron, principal of RE/MAX Luxury Properties Bahamas, said that he was fielding an ever-increasing volume of calls from investors seeking vacation rental-type properties in Abaco and Exuma.

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